Twitter is currently on fire as one of the most common rift between two countries using the app has arised. This time between Ghana and Uganda. Ghanaians are taking their time to thrill Ugandans while, Ugandans are doing their best to do same.
It is something really common as we have seen the like of Nigeria and Ghana, Nigeria vs South Africa, Nigeria vs Uganda. It is unusual not to see Nigeria in a troll of such. Currently Ghanaians fell out with Ugandans, the cause of the fall out is still unknown but the tweets will really crack your ribs.
Here are some below;
Gen: It's only in Ghana you find a male President putting on pampers and dresses.
Talk about the most beautiful notes, what did Ghana have
The President of Ghana has been ranked the greatest sleeper that has lived in the history of Presidents
When you accidentally call a Nigerian a Ghanaian
We shouldn't have been flexing here... Lets just tell Nigerians to switch if power and boom, Ghana is in darkness.
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